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Hello there!

I was wondering if anyone could recommend me some more RAM (4GB) for my new MacBook (It's the unibody one) so I need DDR3 am I right?

I'm in the UK so UK sites please unless they do cheap international shipping!

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Your machine does need DDR3 memory. Right now prices are rather high for DDR3 memory modules whether you obtain them from the UK or the US. You might want to wait a bit for prices to come down. As more and more machines begin to use the newer faster DDR3 modules, prices will moderate somewhat.

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Your machine does need DDR3 memory. Right now prices are rather high for DDR3 memory modules whether you obtain them from the UK or the US. You might want to wait a bit for prices to come down. As more and more machines begin to use the newer faster DDR3 modules, prices will moderate somewhat.

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I've got quite a bit of money over the christmas and my birthday so I would definitely like to buy some now .

Just looking for some that people recommend since I've never bought DDR3 RAM before .

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